“the smaller the diamond, the better the marriage.” one of many things learned during “This Progress” at the guggenheim, via the new yorker
you take your material where you find it , which is in your life, at the intersection of past and present. the memory-traffic feeds into a rotary up on your head, where it goes in circles for a while, then pretty soon imagination flows in and the traffic merges and shoots off down a thousand different streets. tim o’brien, the things they carried
“where you are is where you are supposed to be.” wisdom from this morning’s yoga class.